Yellow Lagos Meia Praia

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Meia Praia, Lagos, 8600, Portugal
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Stag Party coming to Lagos in Sept 05-08

by EugeneHazel

Hello all in Lagos; seems like a lovely place.

I have a question though. My mate is having his stag out there; which he took the liberty of booking himself! which he should not have been involved in!

He has organised a shark fishing day out amongst other things. There will be at least 20 well mannered Irish lads around from the 4 to the 8th of sept. I would like to make contact with someone who might be able to offer some advice on what to do at night for our group of lads; as it appears it is a quite town with little or no nightlife.

Again a stag is all about having good healthy fun so a healty supply of girls is necessary; so please spread the word that 20 minimum irish lads; ranging from 25-30 will be descending on your town. Any suggestions; referrals or other comments please write me at

Kindest regards; Eugene Hazel

Re: Stag Party coming to Lagos in Sept 05-08

by swissfondue

When I was in Lagos last October I felt like I was the only person in the whole town who was NOT British. It is a British retirees golfing holiday haven. The locals are great though. I know eating wastes valuable drinking time, but just in case you feel the need it may be worthwhile making some bookings as soon as you arrive, as some of the restaurants are quite small and you have a large group.

Travel Tips for Lagos

Great resaurant in Bensafrim near Lagos

by dogkicker91 about O'Koala

You will be surprised to find a restaurant of this quality in sleepy old Bensafrim. Friendly Portugese/Australian husband and wife team prepare great food with real fresh VEG!!
Chicken, steak, salmon and pork dishes come with great salads, nice veg or chips. The restaurant is a bit hidden away, but it is worth the trip out from Lagos and the prices are very reasonable. Our children were welcomed and really enjoyed their meals. I have been to O'Koala three times and have not been disappointed. I have had a pefectly cooked steak with all the trimmings, pork medallions in a sauce, and grilled chicken with chips. The portions are big as well. Great!

Monchique Convent

by Westbrook

The best things about Monchique are the drive there and the views.

It's a dusty, rough-around-the-edges but cute little mountain town. Some of the narrow streets are flanked by charming and elegantly painted traditional cottages. Others are flanked by broken shells of traditional cottages.

Anyway, we parked and we followed increasingly erratic signs to the Convent.

Again, the best thing about this was the walk there and the views.

As you walk through the woods you also get a close look at the workings of the cork industry, with lots of trees in various states of denudation.

The convent itself is pretty drab.

There are probably some great walks in these hills. I wish we'd had more time to explore them.

Lagos - Historic port of the Algarve

by Willettsworld

Lagos (literally meaning "Lakes"), is one of the most visited places on the Algarve thanks to its historical interest with its origins dating as far back as 2000 years BC when it was known as Lacobriga. Lagos has always had a seafaring connection, originally visited by Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans and then, during the 15th century, was the base for the 'voyages of the Discoveries' instigated by Prince Henry the Navigator when trade between Africa and Portugal brought a great deal of wealth into the town.

The older part of Lagos is still circled by the city walls that were constructed during the 16th century when it was the residence of the governors of the Algarve and the fort, Ponta da Bandeira, by Batata beach is part of the 17th century fortifications that were added to protect the town. Behind it (on the opposite side of the road) is the Porta de São Gonçalo (St. Gonçalo’s gate) with a watchtower on either side and just to the right of this is the Governors' Castle (of Arab construction). The square next to the Governors' castle is the Praça Infante Dom Henrique with a statue of Prince Henry looking out to sea. To the left of the square at the back is Igreja da Santa Maria. The facade of this church is 15/16th century but it was rebuilt in the 18/19th centuries. On the opposite side to the church is the 'Slave Market' from the 15th century, where slaves brought back from the discovery voyages were sold. Lagos features many cobbled streets and one leads from the square to the famous Lagos 'golden church' of St. Anthony which was rebuilt in 1769 - entrance to this church is through the museum at the side and both the museum and the church are well worth visiting.


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